Keith Griffin has been an automotive journalist and new car reviewer for more than six years. His experience as a journalist dates back 29 years. He is currently president of the New England Motor Press Association.
Keith Griffin's reviews of new cars and articles about the automotive industry have appeared in national publications like Better Homes & Gardens magazine and leading regional publications like The Boston Globe and The Improper Bostonian.
His automotive writing regularly appears in Hartford Magazine, Stonebridge Press Newspapers and Life Newspapers among others. He is also a regular guest on local radio stations to explain automotive issues and has done research for a major new car website. Keith belongs to both the International and New England Motor Press Associations.
He also has experience as a business and legal reporter. Twice honored for investigative journalism by the CT Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, he has the tools to get you the right information needed to make the used car experience as profitable and painless for you as possible.
Keith lives in West Hartford, Conn., with his wife Manuela and daughters Lydia and Christina.
By Keith Griffin:
Until getting married, I had only owned one new car in 20 years. My purchases ran the gamut from private sellers (a 1974 Ford Pinto) to rental car used lots (a 1990 Chevy Corsica) to new car dealers (a used 1991 Pontiac Grand Prix) to family (my sister's 1995 Honda Civic). I've both traded in and privately sold all of my cars (and donated my wife's car to charity). I want to share my knowledge as an automotive journalist who has reviewed more than 350 vehicles in the last six years and my two decades experience as a business and news reporter to help you get the best value for your used car.